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North-America 2019    Onsdag 21 Augusti
     The Meadows
               
                                           
                              1st leg - 2nd leg - 3rd leg - 4th leg - Final              
  Goes Down Smooth Dominates PASS
Goes Down Smooth and Klutzy won their Pennsylvania Sire Stakes splits Wednesday (Aug. 21) at The Meadows, nailing down berths in the final for three-year-old trotting colts and geldings....read on
             
               
   Pennsylvania Sire Stakes - 4th leg
 3 åriga h&v   1.609 m auto   Purse: $83 501 (41,750 - 20,875 - 10,020 - 6,680 - 4,175)
             
 
RACE 8 - The Meadows - PA - August 21, 2019
Conditions: *****SUPER BOWL***** PA SIRE STAKE - 3 YEAR OLD COLT & GELDING TROT 1ST OF 2 DIVISIONS
Gait: Trot     Purse: $83,501     Class: PASS-3YOCG     Distance: 1 Mile     Track Cond: FAST 
   
       
 
PP  Horse Med 2019 North America YTD  Driver  Trainer ML Base 
      Sts  Time  Earnings     Stable Odds Claim 
   
1  Klutzy 11   2   3   1   1:55.2F   $53429   Andy Miller  Julie Miller    
   
   
2  Papi Hanover   23   2   3   4   1:56.3F   $50100   Tim Tetrick  Karen Fread    
   
   
3  Explosive Form 16   3   2   2   1:56.3F   $48410   Jim Pantaleano  Norm Parker    
   
   
4  Final Claim 8   3   1   0   1:52.4M   $41477   Matt Kakaley  Ron Burke    
   
   
5  Explosive Magic   19   3   1   4   1:56.4F   $54752   Brian Zendt  Dirk Simpson    
   
   
6  Stinglike A B K 12   3   1   1   1:56.2F   $34924   Yannick Gingras  Rich Gillock    
   
  Resultat:    
 
HN  Horse             PP  1/4      1/2    3/4    Str    Finish  Actual    LQ   Odds  Driver          Trainer 
 1  Klutzy            1   3/2      3/3    3/3    2/1H   1/1     1:54.3  29.0   4.10  Andy Miller     Julie Miller 
 4  Final Claim       4   4/3H     1/1H   1/1H   1/1H   2/1     1:54.4  29.4  *0.50  Matt Kakaley    Ron Burke 
 3  Explosive Form    3   5/4H     4/4H   4/4H   4/3    3/1T    1:55.0  29.1  14.20  Jim Pantaleano  Norm Parker 
 5  Explosive Magic   5   6/6      5/6    5°/6   5/4H   4/4T    1:55.3  29.2  30.30  Brian Zendt     Dirk Simpson 
 6  Stinglike A B K   6   1/1H     2/1H   2/1H   3/2    5/6H    1:55.4  30.3  13.40  Tony Hall       Rich Gillock 
 2  Papi Hanover      2   X2°X/1H  6/DIS  6/DIS  6/DIS  6/DIS                  3.80  David Miller    Karen Fread 
   
       
 
1st Klutzy  (3, H   Cantab Hall - Upside Hanover - Muscles Yankee)
    Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Stroy Inc. - NJ
    Breeder(s):  Hero Stables - NY 
2nd Final Claim  (3, G   Muscle Hill - Proclaiming April - Conway Hall)
    Registered Owner(s):  Burke Racing Stable LLC - PA, Phillip Collura - PA, 
    J&T Silva- Purnel & Libby - FL, Michelle Yanek - PA
    Breeder(s):  White Birch Farm - NJ 
3rd Explosive Form  (3, G   Explosive Matter - Exotic Form - Malabar Man)
    Registered Owner(s):  George Romanoff - PA, Mark Goldstein - MD, Norm Parker Stable Inc - PA
    Breeder(s):  Winbak Farm - MD 
   
     
 
   
   Pennsylvania Sire Stakes -
 3 åriga h&v   1.609 m auto   Purse: $83 501 (41,750 - 20,875 - 10,020 - 6,680 - 4,175)
     
 
RACE 9 - The Meadows - PA - August 21, 2019
Conditions: *****SUPER BOWL***** PA SIRE STAKE - 3 YEAR OLD COLT & GELDING TROT 2ND OF 2 DIVISIONS
Gait: Trot     Purse: $83,501     Class: PASS-3YOCG     Distance: 1 Mile     Track Cond: FAST 
   
       
 
PP  Horse Med 2019 North America YTD  Driver  Trainer ML Base 
      Sts  Time  Earnings     Stable Odds Claim 
   
1  Capt Chaps Hanover   14   5   2   1   1:55.0F   $74207   Yannick Gingras  Ron Burke    
   
   
2  Goes Down Smooth   12   6   1   1   1:53.1F   $131224   Matt Kakaley  Ron Burke    
   
   
3  Ginger Tree Skyr   9   2   1   1   1:55.0F   $46196   David Miller  Samuel Beegle    
   
   
4  White Tiger 7   2   0   0   1:54.2M   $37434   Anthony Macdonald  Tim Twaddle    
   
   
5  Mass Fortune K   8   1   4   0   1:55.0F   $37536   Matt Kakaley  Charlie Norris    
   
   
6  Macmorris Hanover 13   4   5   2   1:54.1F   $72754   David Miller  Robert Baggitt Jr    
   
  Resultat:    
 
HN  Horse               PP  1/4    1/2    3/4    Str    Finish  Actual    LQ   Odds  Driver             Trainer 
 2  Goes Down Smooth    2   3/3    1°/1H  1/1H   1/3    1/7T    1:53.0  28.2  *0.20  Matt Kakaley       Ron Burke 
 6  Macmorris Hanover   6   1/1H   2/1H   2/1H   2/3    2/7T    1:54.3  29.4  10.00  Dave Palone        Robert Baggitt Jr 
 3  Ginger Tree Skyr    3   4/4H   4/4H   5/6    3/5H   3/9Q    1:54.4  29.0  22.90  David Miller       Samuel Beegle 
 1  Capt Chaps Hanover  1   2/1H   3/3    3/4    4/7H   4/11    1:55.1  29.4  12.60  Andy Miller        Ron Burke 
 4  White Tiger         4   5/6    5/6    4/4H   5/9H   5/15T   1:56.1  30.4   6.30  Anthony Macdonald  Tim Twaddle 
 5  Mass Fortune K      5   6/8H   6/7H   6/8    6/13H  6/22    1:57.2  31.1  11.00  Charlie Norris     Charlie Norris 
   
       
 
1st Goes Down Smooth  (3, G   Muscle Hill - Peach Martini - Striking Sahbra)
    Registered Owner(s)/Lessee(s):  Burke Racing Stable LLC - PA, William Switala - NY, 
    James Martin - NY, Weaver Bruscemi LLC - PA
    Breeder(s):  Concord Stud Farm LLC - NJ 
2nd Macmorris Hanover  (3, G   Cantab Hall - My America Bi - Donato Hanover)
    Registered Owner(s):  Ben Mudry - FL, Douglas Millard - ON, Timothy Murray - QC, Howard Taylor - PA
    Breeder(s):  Hanover Shoe Farms Inc - PA 
3rd Ginger Tree Skyr  (3, H   Explosive Matter - Up Front Annika - Andover Hall)
    Registered Owner(s):  Ginger Tree Ventures LLC - PA, Donald Marean - ME
    Breeder(s):  Hanover Shoe Farms Inc - PA 
   
       
 
   
   
 

Klutzy takes the 1st division of the PA Sire Stake - Super Bowl - 3yo C&G Trot in 1:54.3, a new lifetime mark.


Goes Down Smooth takes the 2nd division of the PA Sire Stake - Super Bowl - 3yo C&G Trot in 1:53.-, a new lifetime mark & equals the National Seasons Record

All photos by Chris Gooden
Goes Down Smooth Dominates PASS
Goes Down Smooth and Klutzy won their Pennsylvania Sire Stakes splits Wednesday (Aug. 21) at The Meadows, nailing down berths in the final for three-year-old trotting colts and geldings.

On Sept. 7, The Meadows will host all four PASS $250,000 finals — and all four $50,000 consolations — for three-year-olds.

Goes Down Smooth was the dominant performer in the Super Bowl, as the $167,002 stakes event is known. The 1-5 favourite quarter-poled to the top for Matt Kakaley and drew off to an insurmountable lead. The Muscle Hill-Peach Martini gelding scored in a career-best 1:53, 7-3/4 lengths better than MacMorris Hanover, with Ginger Tree Skyr third.

“He’s getting better all the time,” Kakaley said. “He’s smarter. He lets me do whatever I want with him now. He used to get a little hot leaving, but he’s been a gentleman lately.”

Ron Burke trains the winner, who now has banked $193,804, for Burke Racing Stable, William Switala, Joseph Martin and Weaver Bruscemi LLC.

At two, Klutzy showed intermittent flashes of brilliance that suggested he might become one of the tops of his division. But winning driver Andy Miller acknowledged that Klutzy’s talent has been intermittent this year as well.

“I wouldn’t say he’s disappointed us, but he hasn’t stepped up as much as I thought he might,” Miller said. “But he’s done okay. He had quite a bit of go today, and I thought they were tired on the front, so I thought I had a good shot.”

The son of Cantab Hall and Upside Hanover was sharp in the Super Bowl, moving first-over to overtake Final Claim and down him by a length in 1:54.3, a lifetime mark. Explosive Form completed the ticket.

Julie Miller trains Klutzy, who extended his career bankroll to $179,262, for Stroy Inc.

$40,000 Pennsylvania Stallion Series — Three-Year-Old Trotting Colts and Geldings

Faithfulandtrue and Kates Massive each took a division of the sub-feature, and each had to work hard for the winner’s cheque.

Faithfulandtrue made the point with a quarter-pole move but had to resist late pressure from Consus Victory to score in 1:54.4, a career best, for Mike Cole, trainer Joseph Columbo and owner George & Tina Dennis Racing. Crossfit earned show.

“When he races like that, he usually doesn’t let anybody get to him, but I had to chase him today,” Cole said. “But he fought him off. He’s matured a lot lately and turned into a racehorse.”

He indicated the Donato Hanover-Seducer Hall gelding likely would be turned out.

Kates Massive had to take a seat after an abortive try for the lead from post 8, then was forced to come first-over up the backside. He had just enough left in the tank to prevail in 1:55.2 for Dave Palone, trainer Ray Paver and owner Harry Horowitz. Stonebridge Symba was second, beaten a head, with Ragtime Hanover third.

“We knew the eight-hole would be a tough spot, that they would all be looking to line up behind him,” Palone said. “He fought for me when I moved him from third. He’s a nice colt. I’d like to try him without hopples one of these times.”

Live racing at The Meadows resumes with a special Friday (Aug. 23) twilight card that features a pair of stakes for three-year-old pacing colts and geldings: a $170,058 Pennsylvania Sire Stakes and a $40,000 Pennsylvania Stallion Series event.

In addition, the Meadows Standardbred Owners Association (MSOA) is sponsoring 'First Responders Night' to honour the region’s first responders and provide them and their families with an entertaining night at the races. All first responders in uniform or with appropriate ID may receive free wagering vouchers and race programs, while those whose names are drawn in a lottery will participate in a match race. First post Friday is 5:30 p.m.

(Meadows Standardbred Owners Association)
 
             
   
   
   
 
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